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Technology Ban

Updated: 11/16/2007 - There's no doubt about it, technology is everywhere. We sometimes become so reliant on technology that we had to ask the question,"Could you go without a cell phone or computer, even for a day?"

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New Work Group to Look at Expanded Gaming

Updated: 11/15/2007 - Expanded gambling was a big issue in this years gubernatorial election. Twelve Democrats and three Republicans make up a new panel studying expanding gaming in Kentucky.

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Health Minute: Kicking the Smoking Habit

Posted: 11/15/2007 - Nov. 15 marks the 30th anniversary of the nationwide "Great American Smokeout Campaign." In order to quit, experts say you need to be motivated. Pick a date to start and get ashtrays and cigarettes out of the house.

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Storms Provide Needed Rain Across the Southeast

Updated: 11/15/2007 - The prayers went up on Tuesday. On Wednesday, the blessings came down. At least, that's how many of Georgia's faithful view last night's much needed rainfall across the drought-stricken state.

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East Tennessee Girl Survives Due to Death of Another Child

Updated: 11/15/2007 - An east Tennessee girl is alive because of the death of another child. Jordan Hensley received the gift of life on Nov. 12 from 12-year-old Ashley Paine, who died in a bus accident over the weekend.

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San Francisco Supervisors Okay New ID Program

Updated: 11/15/2007 - San Francisco supervisors okay a program to give ID cards to illegal immigrants. The measure was approved on a 10-to-1 vote this week. A final okay next week, and San Francisco's mayor says he will sign it.

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White House Putting Pressure on Airlines for Upcoming Holiday Season

Posted: 11/15/2007 - Whether you're a frequent flyer or take to the skies occasionally, pressure from the White House on the airline industry to improve performance, comes as good news. During the holidays, airplanes are expected to be about 90-percent full.

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Beware of Medicaid Scam

Updated: 11/15/2007 - A warning tonight for Barren County residents. Barren County Sheriff Chris Eaton says a person claiming to be a Medicaid representative has called at least one resident and asked to come to their home to discuss Medicaid benefits.

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F1 Tornado Shocks Laurel Co. Residents

Updated: 11/15/2007 - Cleanup efforts are under way after strong storms sweep through Laurel County, Kentucky. The National Weather Service confirmed that an F-1 tornado is responsible for a widespread path of damage.

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Abraham Lincoln Commemoration Nears

Updated: 11/15/2007 - The kickoff to the historic year-long Kentucky celebration of Abraham Lincoln's birth is getting closer. The Lincoln Bicentennial Commemoration is set for Feb. 11 and 12 in Louisville and Hodgenville.

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Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Announces Safest Cars of '08

Updated: 11/15/2007 - 34 vehicles earn the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's highest honor, the Top Safety Picks of 2008. Among this year's winners, eight vehicles are from Ford and its subsidiary Volvo. Seven are from Honda and its subsidiary Acura.

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Storms Rumble Through Logan County

Updated: 11/15/2007 - Storms on Nov. 14 flattened one man's barn and tore a good portion off another barn in nearby Logan County. The high winds were also responsible for down trees and limbs.

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8-Limb Girl Recovers from Surgery

Updated: 11/15/2007 - A two-year-old Indian girl looked alert and healthy in her first appearance since undergoing surgery to remove four extra limbs. A team of 30 surgeons carried out the 24-hour operation last week.

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Simpson Ordered to Stand Trial

Updated: 11/15/2007 - O.J. Simpson says he's not surprised a judge has ordered him to stand trial on charges stemming from an alleged robbery at a Las Vegas hotel in September.

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Leitchfield Woman Indicted for Embezzling Money

Updated: 11/14/2007 - The indictment alleges that from Nov. 26, 2002 - April 6, 2007, 46-year-old Kimberly Stella Stallings of Leitchfield forged the signature of her supervisor on 20 checks drawn on her employer, Modern Transmission Development.

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KSP Helps Search for Missing Tennessee Woman

Updated: 11/14/2007 - Kentucky State Police help in the search of a missing Tennessee woman. 34-year-old Nikki Sisounong of La Vergne, Tennessee has been missing since Halloween night. La Vergne police contacted KSP to help in the search for Nikki and her vehicle.

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Great American Smokeout Looks to Help Tobacco Users Kick Habit

Updated: 11/14/2007 - Health officials hope to snuff out tobacco use in Kentucky for The Great American Smokeout. The smokeout takes place Nov. 15 and is a nationally recognized event, that challenges people to stop using tobacco for the day

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New York Governor Abandons Immigrant License Plan

Updated: 11/14/2007 - Saying he listened to the legitimate concerns of the public, New York Governor Eliot Spitzer abandons a plan to issue driver's licenses to illegal immigrants.

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